Dr. Amy Kerley was born and raised in Charleston, SC and has always had a love for animals from a young age. She graduated from Clemson University in 2005 with a B.S. in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. She then attended veterinary school at University of Georgia where she graduated in 2009 with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.
After graduation she worked as a small animal veterinarian in Lexington, KY and Charleston, SC before moving to Paducah, which is her husband's hometown. She worked locally at multiple practices for several years before opening Progressive Animal Healthcare. She is glad to be able to call Paducah home.
Welcome to Progressive Animal Healthcare! We are a full service veterinary hospital located in the Strawberry Hill area of Paducah, Kentucky, behind Cunningham and Freeman Dental. We invite you to explore our website, but also encourage you to come visit us so you can experience our new facility in person.
For Established Clients:
We truly customize care for your pet and place a strong emphasis on preventative care. Depending on the age, breed or underlying health issues of your pet, we may recommend annual or bi-annual physical exams.
We offer AVID microchipping. This is a universal microchip that any chip reader can recognize. We also include lifetime registration at the time the chip is placed.
We offer an array of surgical services including spays and neuters. Our surgical suite is equipped with a state of the art anesthetic monitor to help ensure your pet's safety while under anesthesia.
Our practice has a large dental suite with dental radiograph capability. Pets often do not show signs of oral pain and we have the ability to look below the gumline to find hidden disease and discomfort.
2630 James Sanders Blvd.
Paducah, KY 42001
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
We offer customized vaccine protocols based upon your pet's lifestyle. We also offer non-adjuvanted feline vaccines to increase safety.
Unfortunately sometimes our pets get sick and we need to do testing to determine the cause. Our hospital is equipped to perform in house bloodwork, x-rays and ultrasound to find an answer quickly and get your pet back to feeling better.